it’s late. No: it’s too late. Some even say it’s too late. Humanity has been living beyond its means for many years. The increase in extreme weather events in the past is just one of several signals. Ultimately, the health of each of us is threatened because the environment is systematically linked to our biology.
However, very little happened. Apparently, many people do not yet feel how dramatic the situation really is. The facts can help against this. Because if you don’t feel anything, you can at least understand.
More than 10,000 tons of waste per day – per landfill
It is therefore very useful for an experienced biologist, conservationist, author and recognized scientist to use his retirement to sum up the amazingly many things worth knowing about this subject in an understandable and not very comprehensive book. Karsten Nimitz, former head of the Institute of Human Biology at the Free University of Berlin, works at “Save humanity? Let’s do it!” The most important information is grouped, described clearly, sometimes emotionally, and categorized its expression.
Anyone who has read his book not only knows that it is time to do something, but is also informed of the most effective actions that can be performed especially quickly. The book was published at the end of 2019, but it’s still very subjective – it’s basically gotten more objective, as nothing has changed for the better since then. Indeed, the signs of an impending disaster have increased.